LOL, that's very funny. If I asked for including videoconfig because it
*may* helpful, then the answers I get is:
We don't include that "because we also can imagine some *buntu or
mandriva or other "linux for dummies" users asking us to adapt any kind
of tools and then made them feeling like 'linux gurus' just because they
are using a slackware OS without
understanding a Slackware system." (Zitat Fred), but if it comes to
include NOOB-stuff like annoying update checker (where is such a kind of
tool in original Slack huh?) then everybody is fine with it??
I really don't understand how you guys distinguish between what are
"linux for dummies" tools and what not...
No offend, but I really would like to know that as to me an update
checker is reminding me to the annoying message bubbles in Windows,
that's nothing a professional Linux distribution who aims for advanced
users should have as advanced users already know how to use the cli
tools to check for updates and do that regulary...
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